Change starts here.
Systems Sciences and cybernetics have always collaborated as a community spearheading new thinking, advancing not only sciences and theory but also technology and practice.
Today the IFSR reaches far beyond pure academic institutions; it brings together all people who understood that new solutions need new thinking for a thrivable world.
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The IFSR is representing 30+ organizations with 30,000+ systems scientists and practicioners.
Discover our member organizations below.
WCSA – World Complexity Science Academy
Who are we? The World Complexity Science Academy (WCSA) is a think-tank whose motto is “research determines policy, which determines politics.” WCSA is also an organizational systemic hub of a network of world-class complexity system scholars, professionals, entrepreneurs, and policymakers for the […]
Analytics Society of Ireland (ASI-MSSI))
Who are we? UCD’s CBA (previously known as the Centre for Management Science and Systems) incorporates a cross-section of disciplines associated with Management Science, Operations Research, Systems Science and Decision Support Systems. Our main aim is to facilitate the development of, and […]
The Cybernetics Society (CybSoc)
Who are we? The Cybernetics Society is a learned society that promotes and offers education and research opportunities in the rich field of cybernetics. Cybernetics is distinctively related to all fields of design and offers a distinctive scientific locus deriving from the […]
Who are we? The Oroborus Foundation is a politically and denominationally neutral foundation based in Altendorf, Switzerland. We promote cybernetic management as scientifically founded by Stafford Beer. What we do: The Oroborus Foundation has the methods and resources to get your organisation […]
Action Research Plus (AR+)
Who are we? AR+ was founded in 2008 by Hilary Bradbury using seed capital provided by royalties for the Handbooks of Action Research. We started out as a grantmaker to those doing change work. In 2010 the Action Research journal needed a […]
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